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Help 10 years below issue govt or pay Rs 1 crore fair, UP govt tells PG clinical students


Lucknow: Govt doctors in Uttar Pradesh winding up postgraduate courses will wish to give their companies and products in the division for 10 years or pay a compensation of Rs 1 crore, in line with an top-notch.

The dispute, issued final Wednesday, reiterated an earlier one issued on 3 April, 2017. It stated had been instances of some doctors winding up the PG route and looking for a no-objection certificates (NOC) for doing senior residentship, which wouldn’t be allowed and they had to attain relief to their native departments.

In accordance to the earlier dispute, the PMHS (provincial clinical and health companies and products) doctors selecting postgraduation receive further marks, especially for serving in rural areas.

“On completion of the route, it is a ways principal for them to help in the government division continuously for 10 years,” Extra Chief Secretary (Well being) Amit Mohan Prasad stated in a assertion on Saturday.

The original dispute acknowledged that government doctors must return to their native departments after strolling back from PG courses, failing which they would deserve to pay Rs 1 crore to the government, Prasad stated.

He added that these leaving the PG route midway would be debarred from looking for admission for 3 years.

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